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LIDO BEACH CIVIC ASSOCIATION INC


THE Living In Lido DuneswwwlidodunesorgCOMMUNITYREGULATIONSPARKINGThere is noon-street parking in the Dunesat any timeAll cars mustbein your driveway garage etcPlease make provisions for any extra car

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1 THE LIDO BEACH CIVIC ASSOCIATION, INC.
THE LIDO BEACH CIVIC ASSOCIATION, INC. Living In Lido Dunes www.lidodunes.org COMMUNITY REGULATIONS PARKING There is no on - street parking in the Dunes at any time . All cars must be in your driveway, garage, etc. Please make provisions for any extra cars o r visitors you may have. If you are having a special event at your home, please try to notify the Town Board ( 812 - 3531 ) at least 1 week in advance to request a parking waiver . In case of an unexpected need for a waiver, one can be requested and faxed on briefer notice. Requests will be noted and the area patrol cars advised, and the waiver will be mailed or faxed to you to pla ce on the windshields of visitors ‘cars during your event. Please notify the Police at any time about illegally parked cars by ca lling 911. They will respond and issue a summons . In most cases an illegally parked car i s not from our neighborhood. Reporting to the Pol ice can help prevent burglaries and unwanted visitors from accessing the beach. If the car is actually a resident ’ s car, it will still be ticketed . Compliance with the no parking ordinance help s maintain our community’s security . SPEED LIMIT We are all aware of the speeding on Lido Blvd. The Police have been very responsive and do issue tickets. There is also a s erious speeding problem on our streets. Please do not speed down your block. The block speed limit is 15 MPH and is noted by the signs on each block . Our Children at Play signs warn t h at children may be playing on the street. Please be aware and careful as you drive on our streets . If you are aware of a neighbor who constantly speeds down your block, please try to remind him or her of the speed limit. Please notify a Board Member or your Block Captain if speeding becomes a problem and we will try to hel p. SCHOOL BUS RULE We have many school buses in our neighborhood picking up children for school, camp, etc. Please remember : while driving in either direction , it is Illegal to pass a School Bus that has its red lights blinking. The Police have stepped up their surveillance and are issuing summonses of $250.00 + 2 POINTS. Please be mindful of this law and help keep our children safe. KEEP YOUR PROPERTY MAINTAINED Please maintain your property. Mow the grass and trim the trees and hedges to keep walkw ay s clear . Overgrown trees and shrubs present a hazard to pedestrians. Please report property maintenance issues to the Town of Hempstead ( 489 - 5000 ). T hey will send a representative to visit the home and issue a summons if necessary. MAINTENANCE OF OCEAN & LIDO BLVDS. Maintenance of the areas that border the north side s of Mark Dirolf Way (the beach path) and Ocean Blvd ., and the south side of Lido Blvd. is the responsibility of the bordering property owner. Please k eep

2 the grass cut and hedges tri mmed.
the grass cut and hedges tri mmed. Please remind your landscaper of this. Allowing foliage to overgrow makes it difficult for your neighbors to stroll on the walkway s . The Civic Association will ask any property owner who is not maintaining his or her property to please do so. If that do es not occur , we will ask the Town to issue a summons. The south side of the walkway is maintained by the TOH Parks Department . SNOW REMOVAL Please note that all homeowners are responsible for clearing the snow from their walks. This includes sidewalks on all property sides. If you live in a corner house that borders on Lido Blvd. or Ocean Blvd. , you must clear the snow on those sidewalks as well, so that walking and /or access to School Bus Stops is not hazardous . If a problem exists , please report it to the Town Of Hempstead ( 489 - 5000 ) and they will respond. Summonses will be issued to those homeowners who do not comply GARBAGE Town rules entitle us to have garbage collectors enter our off - curb property on the regular bi - weekly collection days. Pl ease do not move your cans to the curb or leave trash at the curb for days. It is a good idea to secure the tops of your garbage pails so as not to attract pests that topple them over and scatter garbage . DOGS Dogs are a welcome part of the commu nity . H owever, they must be walked with a leash at all times. They also MUST be cleaned up after. Dogs are NOT allowed on the beach at any time. You will be issued a summons. Please feel free to report any issue t o the Animal Control Department at 785 - 5 220. STRAY CATS We have had a problem with stray (feral) cats. Please do not feed them. If you catch an animal in a cage, the Town of Hempstead Animal Control Department will pick it up (785 - 5220). W ATER CONSERVATION During the period between May 1 st and October 1 st in any calendar year, customers are required to obey the f ollowing regulations: NO lawn sprinkling and watering of shrubs between the hours of 10AM and 4PM, regardless of the day of the week. Only even - numbered home addresses on even - nu mbered days may sprinkle lawns and water shrubs. Only odd - numbered home addresses on odd - numbered days may sprinkle lawns and water shrubs. NO water for air conditioning, refrigeration or other water - cooling equipment shall be installed, operated, maintain ed or used unless equipped with a water - conserving device in conformance with the Water Department requirements. BEACH USE BEACH TAGS Tags are issued to all residents by Block Captains prior to the official opening of the beach. The beach is officially staffed from the third Saturday in June until Labor Day. Your Block Captain will attempt to deliver the tags to you. If you are not home, he or she will leave a note to arrange pick up. Block Captains will not lea

3 ve beach tags in your mailbox. You mu s
ve beach tags in your mailbox. You mu st receive them and sign for them personally. You may also pick them up at the June Open Meeting. The tags must be taken to the beach in order to gain access. Please remember to bring them with you and show them to the Tag Checker . OUR DUNES Our dunes are the most unique feature of our neighborhood. The dunes in our Park District (Allevard Street to Prescott Street) are “original.” They have never been built on and they are as old as our island. The Dunes are our first and best protection against ocean storms. The protection offered by the dunes to our homes is invaluable. A network of root systems of the many grasses, shrubs and tree s growing on the dunes holds them together. If this vegetation is destroyed, the dune s will literally blow away. Walking on the dunes , d estruction and /or damage to its vegetation are all detrimental . Our dunes are protected by 2 important laws: The New Y ork State Coastal Erosion Hazard Law and the Dune Protection Law. The Town of Hempstead Ordinances # 167 and # 170 provide dual enforcement. Willful destruction of vegetation or dunes is punishable by the NYS Department of Environmental Conservation wi th fines up to $10,000. The Town levies significant fines for violation of either ordinance as well. Please call the Bay Constable at 432 - 9100 , immediately to report any deliberate damage , or inform one of our Board Members. PLEASE DO NOT CUT DOWN OR ALT ER ANY TREES OR VEGETATION ON THE DUNES THAT MAY OBSTRUCT YOUR VIEW . VIOLATORS HAVE BEEN , AND WILL BE, FINED ! Various plovers and terns are endangered species and have esta blish ed nesting colonies on the dunes . Children and dogs playing on the dunes are particularly hazardous to the nesting birds . T here are also poison i vy strands throughout the dunes and t icks are known to live there . Please keep your children and dogs safe and our dunes and wildlife protected by not allowing them to play in the dunes . ZONING ISSUES What you need to know about obtaining Building Permits and Variances : For most renovations to your home you need to apply to the Town of Hempstead for a Building Permit. Call the Building Department at 516 - 489 - 5000 to obtain information to de termine if you need a Building Permit and if so, how to apply and obtain an application for a Building Permit. Be sure it is filled out completely. After submitting the application for the Building Permit you’ll be informed if you need to file for a varian ce. Your architect, engineer or contractor or whomever you indicated to be the contact, will be notified if a variance is needed. You will get a copy of that letter from the town. If you are told that you need to apply for a Variance : Owners of property w ithi

4 n 200 feet of your property line must be
n 200 feet of your property line must be notified of the variance request and the date and time of the hearing. All variance requests are published in Newsday every Friday in the Classified Section. You can also look online at the Town of Hempstead we b page : www.townofhempstead.org CODE COMPLIANCE The Town of Hempstead Department of Buildings is responsible for the enforcement of the Building Zone Ordinance and portions of the Town Code. If a resident believes that a business, landowner, proprietor or homeowner is not in compliance with the codes and ordinances of the Town of Hempstead, they can request a code enforcement officer to review the situation. Requests for code enforcement officers should be made in writing to : Town of Hempstead Building Department , One Washington Street Hempstead, NY 11550 Or calling 516 - 378 - 2220 I f the incident warrants, code enforcement officers may issue court appearance tickets. WEB PAGE We now have our own web page : www.lidodunes.org Please visit it to see current Board of Directors, Block Captains, newsletters, schedules of meetings and comments from your neighbors. We also have photos from our community! Register on line an d receive email updates to alert you of meetings and important events! I MPORTANT PHONE NUMBERS Emergency & Illegal Parking: 911 FIRE & Medical Emergency 742 - 3300 Police 4 th Precinct: 573 - 6400 Animal Shelter & Control: 785 - 5220 Bay Constable: 897 - 4100 Beach Tag Checker Manager: 431 - 6650 Building Inspector: 489 - 5000 Code Enforcement: 378 - 2200 Dept. of Conservation: 431 - 9200 Highway Department: 489 - 5000 Life Guard Emergency: 432 - 5034 LIPA: 800 - 490 - 0025 Long Beach School Bus: 897 - 2132 NYS Wildlife Department: 631 - 444 - 0310 Park District & Beach: 431 - 6550 Parking Waivers 812 - 3531 Parks & Recreation: 292 - 9000 Parks Administration: 431 - 3900 Public Safety: 538 - 1900 Receiver of Taxes: 538 - 1500 Sanitation Code Enforcement: 378 - 2200 Sanitation Special Pick Up: 378 - 8484 Sanitation: 378 - 4210 Senior Enrichment: 485 - 8100 Sewer Dept. Nassau Rd. 571 - 9604 Street Light Repairs: 378 - 226 0 Town Zoning Board: 489 - 5000 Traffic Control: 378 - 2260 Water Department: 794 - 8300 24 - Hour T own of Hempstead Hotline: 489 - 6 000 Kate Murray: Supervisor 489 - 6 000 Donald X. Clavin, Jr.: Rec. of Taxes 538 - 1500 Erin King Sweeny : TOH Council M ember 8123285 Edward Mangano : Nassau County Exec. 571 - 3131 Todd Kaminski : State Assembly 431 - 0500 Denise Ford: Legislator 4 th District 571 - 6